The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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Mary Jean Hood Gets Education Degree, May 22 t-Algono (le.) Upper Dei MelnM Thortday, May 13, 1965 Methodist WSC5 Installs New Officers Here A W. S. C. S. meeting was held Thursday at the Methodist church, starting with a one ol clock luncheon. Wesleyan Service Guild members joined the W. S. C. S. for the noon hour. Co-chairmen of the luncheon were Mrs. Perry Collins and Mrs. Lester Johnson, with members of the May circle in charge. Installation of newly-elected officers and a memorial service were held. Installed were Mrs. Louis Kelley, president; Mrs. Don Nelson, vice president; Mrs. Newton Coughenour, honorary vice president; Mrs. Uuane Dewel, recording secretary; Mrs. John Hayes, treasurer. Secretaries installed included Mrs. L. R. Potter, membership cultivation; Mrs. Webb Fowler, missionary education and service; Mrs. James Andreasen, Christian social relations; Mrs. Vic Parsons, campus ministry; Mrs. Roy Hutzell, spiritual life education; Mrs. Merle Webster, program materials; Mrs. John Thompson, supply work. Various committees were announced and include local activities, Mrs. Edward Hagg, Mrs. George Harris, Mrs. Leslie Huff, Mrs. Harry Skogstrom; membership - Mrs. L.R. Potter, Mrs. Joe Tschetter, Mrs. Lyle Steele; publicity and printing Mrs. Robert Diekmann, Mrs. Floyd Hutzell; Goodwill Industries - Mrs. William Runchey; floral - Mrs. Clarence Hunt, Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, Mrs. H. Dale Cole; memorial - Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr., Mrs. Merle Webster, Mrs. Lawrence Kees, Mrs. James Andreasen, Mrs. John McGulre; nominating Mrs. Merle Webster, Mrs. Perry Collins, Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom, Mrs. Grace Diekmann. Circle chairmen and co-chairmen were also announced, as well as life memberships. Hutchisons To Be Honored; Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary, occurring on May 12, with an open house Sunday, May 16, in the Methodist church basement, Algona, from 2 to 4 p. m. with renewal of vows at 2:30 p. m., Rev. Newton Coughenour officiating. A cordial invitation is extended to all their friends and relatives by the hosts, their five children: Bill and Clara Hutchison, Algona, DeAnne and Donn Minier, Scortsdale, Ariz., A3C Don Hutchison, U. S. Air Force, Fairbanks, Alaska, and Steven and Jennilee Hutchison at home. Jewelry Honor To Local Woman Mrs. Maxine Quintard, owner of Sharp's Jewelry in Algona, has successfully completed a comprehensive written examination on the science of identifying and evaluating diamonds and other gems and has qualified to become a registered jeweler, the American Gem Society has announced, through its Los Angeles executive office. MARY JEAN HOOD Mary Jean Hood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood, 803 East Call Street, Algona, Iowa, will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education at the May 22 commencement convocation at the College of Saint Teresa, Winona, Minnesota. Edgar M.Carlson, President of Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minn, will be the speaker at the outdoor ceremonies traditionally held in the College's Lourdes Court. His Excellency, the Most Reverend Edward A. Fitzgerald, Bishop of Winona will confer the degrees upon 141 seniors at this fifty-second annual commencement. Tire Blows, Bancroft Girl Hospitalized Linda L. Goche, 17, Bancroft, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goche, sustained a severe injury to her right ankle when the auto she was driving, owned by her father, went out of control and rolled Tuesday at 8:40 a.m., 2 1/2 miles north of Bancroft on highway 169. Miss Goche was rushed to Holy Family hospital for treatment of her injury. She was alone in the auto at the time of the crash. A truck driver, who saw the mishap occur, stated to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst that he thought the left front tire of the auto, a 1964 Buick 4-door, blew out, causing the accident. The vehicle, which was headed south, went out of control, slanted across the highway into the east ditch, then rolled in the ditch, back on to the highway where it rolled and came to rest on its wheels. According to the sheriff, the auto was completely smashed. *• —— Three Feted Three Ko^suth county students at 'ISU, Ames, Mark E. Boyken and Kathleen Eden, Titonka, and Pamela Kiel, Lakota, were among 206 top students honored May 11 at a special scholarship recognition dinner. Boyken is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyken; Miss Eden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Eden; and Miss Kiel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kiel. I toil NOW... When next summer comes you will again dream of having a Lennox Central Air Conditioning system for your home. No need to "dream" if you act now. Wo will install one of these wonderful systems for you now, but you won't have to make a single payment until next JULY 1st. Even then, you can take up to 54 months to pay! If your furnace needs replacing, we'll be glad to offer you the same terms. See us soon for the detail.;. Laing's Plumbing & Heating 5-21C4 ALGONA Fair, Warmer Here, At Last Fair and warmer is the prediction for Kossuth's weather, according to prognosticatorsthis week. High mark during the past week was 85 degrees Friday, while the low was 39 degrees Tuesday. Rainfall during the period measured .57 of an inch, coming May 8-9. Farm work in some areas is still hampered by soggy ground after flooded conditions this spring. Here are the week's readings: Susan Bode In Piano Recital Sunday, May 16 May 6 May 7 May 8 May 9 May 10 May 11 May 12 H 84 85 82 72 64 74 L R 53 60 58 .53" 55 .04" 41 39 47 Algona Girl On Student Trip Trudy Bartholomew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bartholomew, 1011 E. McGregor Street, Algona, and freshman at Cornell College, is one of 28 Cornell College students interested in drama and art who are taking part in a faculty-sponsored trip to Minneapolis on Friday and Saturday, May 14-15. Accompanying the group will be Chester J. Webb, associate professor of dramatic art, and Wilbur W. West, professor of art. Plans have been made for the group to see two plays at the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis. They will also be conducted on tours of the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre and the Walker Art Gallery. SUSAN BODE A graduate recital will be given by Susan Bode, senior at Garrigan High School, on May 16, at 7:30 p.m. in the Garrigan gymnasium. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bode, Algona. At the close of the recital Father Francis Con way, superintendent, will confer the honors. Miss Bode will perform Beethoven's "Sonata Op. 7 in E- flat major, first movement, "Nocturne Op. 9, No. 1" by Chopin, Debussy's "Minstrels," and the first movement of Schumann's "Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54." Her sister, Diane Bode will join her in a light duet, "Tea for Two." She will be assisted at the second piano by Sister Virginia Marie, PBVM, her teacher. A men's barbarshop quartet, of which Mr. Bode is a member, will sing several numbers and the Garrigan Concert Chorus will perform Lekberg's "Weep O Willow," "0 Shenaridoah," "Bach Bouree," and Gershwin's "Summertime." During her four years of high school Susan has contributed as an accompanist and has participated in band, chorus, small singing groups, and speech activities. She is an active member of the 4-H Club, Catholic Student Mission Crusade Club, and Iwth the teen and adult choirs in her parish church, St. Cecelia's. Jury Named For Insurance Trial Here A jury was selected and some testimony heard Tuesday in the Youngwirth vs. State Farm Mutual Ins. Co. case now going on in district court here. The case before Judge Joseph Hand continued Wednesday. Jurors named were Dennis Priebe, Ruth Foley, Jessie Newel, Gertrude Kollasch, Alberta Kautsch, lone Sandt, Florence Paulsen, Vera Schultz, Doris Davis, Marie Dutton, Gertrude Schutjer and Gertrude Grandgenett. Jerald P. Balgeman entered a plea of guilty to achargeofOMVI and was fined $300 and costs by Judge Hand, also this week. Bootlegging Is Charged In District Court A charge of bootlegging was filed for the first time in several years in district court here this week. It was filed against Oscar W. Romer, Jr., Algona, after he waived preliminary hearing in Mayor Bill Finn's court and was bound over. Bond was set at $500 and furnished by a bonding company. His alleged Romer sold wine and vodka to under-age persons April 29 here. A jury was being selected Tuesday in district court prior to beginning the matter, Youngwirth vs. State Farm Mutual Ins. Co. Dutch bleaching of linen was a long process, lasting six to eight months. Ex-Resident Of LuVerne Dies Funeral services for a former LuVerne resident, Mrs. David Lang, 85, were conducted Wednesday at Cedar Falls. Burial was also in Cedar Falls. Mrs. Lang died Saturday at the Western Home where she had resided several years. She and her husband, the Rev. Mr. Lang, an Evengelical United Brethren Church pastor, came to LuVerne about 1930. After retirement they made their residence at the Western Home in Cedar Falls. The Rev. Mr. Lang died in 1950. Surviving are three children, Dr. Carl Lang of Stockton, Calif., Wayne Lang of Wellsville, N.Y.: and Mrs. Paul Farley, wife of a minister in Illinois. Two Of Four Hurt In Crash Reported Fair J Roger Becker, 17, Lakota, and Joanne L. Junkermeier, 15, Elmore,* two of the four young persons injured in a one-car crash three miles north and two west of 'teurt Sunday evening, were released from St. Ann hospital this week. The others injured in the crash, Mike Carpenter, 17, and Joleen Thilges, 16, Bancroft, remain hospitalized here in fair condition, according to St. Ann officials. They were hurt when their car slammed into a washed out section of a county road. Damage to the auto was estimated at $1,000 by Patrolman Tom Cogdall who investigated. Recent Shows Recent appearances of the Kossuth Barbershop Chorus have been at the Burt school, the Algona Auto Show and at Whittemore in a Lutheran school benefit. Merle Dickinson is new director of the group. 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